Description(Reference number: 78829)
If you’re searching for culture and history, then a trip to the Cotswolds is for you. This home sits snuggly in a row of terraced stone cottages in Malmesbury. This market town dates back to the Iron Age and was home to the first king of England. The attic bedroom even has a view out towards the abbey, which dates back to the twelfth century. After a day out exploring this town, or nearby green spaces such as the Westonbirt Arboretum, this home provides the perfect sanctuary for you to return to. The interior features Cotswold cottage classics such as a large hearth, a homely wood burner and exposed beams. There’s plenty of room on the sofa to stretch out and enjoy the warmth of the fire, while a fellow guest prepares dinner in the stylish blue-painted kitchen and dining room. If the sun is shining, take a glass of wine out to your private patio and admire the vibrant roses around you.
*The charming nature of this cottage means that there’s a steep wooden staircase so this home is not suitable for those with reduced mobility
*The attic bedroom does not have a door
*You’re welcome to bring a well-behaved pet to this home for a £25 fee